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Why is it more difficult to account for the inventory of a manufacturing firm than for that of a merchandising firm?

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  1. Because in a manufacturing firm the inventory is being manufactured. The stock is not purchased whole but by parts.

    Compare and contrast what needs to be inventoried in each case.

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